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Feminist Book Review: Unbearable Weight

Susan Bordo’s Unbearable Weight: Feminism, Western Culture, and the Body (U of California Press, 1993) is put together by Bordo’s various lectures, talks, and published essays on the liberal feminist ideology that the female body is a cultural construct designed by Western culture—its prejudices and misconceived ideals—towards women and the place of their bodies. 721 more words

Book Reviews

Defiant Dreams: Tales of Everyday Divas

Hello friends, sharing with you all the birth of a very special child of me and Rhiti Bose, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Incredible Women of India… 333 more words

Literary Musings


The Times described Heroes and Villains as ‘an unashamed fantasist, a fabulist of daemonic energy’ – and it really is. This is an incredibly loaded book and every time I’ve tried to review this I’ve ended up word-vomiting a bad fragment of one or one hundred failed essays that could be written about it. 1,490 more words



said the transient to transience:
here’s a token
for your time
you look lost
and may be in need of help.
i know those eyes… 131 more words


Binding Politics with Poetry: Anna Kerdijk Nicholson launches 'swimming underground' by Jenni Nixon

swimming underground by Jenni Nixon, Ginninderra Press 2015, was launched by Anna Kerdijk Nicholson at Gleebooks, Sydney on 27 September 2015.

Jenni Nixon’s new collection… 1,470 more words

Australian Poetry

Differences: Anna Couani reviews 'Haifa Fragments' by Khulud Khamis

Haifa Fragments by Khulud Khamis Spinifex Press 2015

Haifa Fragments is a novel written by Khulud Khamis, a Haifa native, and so has an authentic Haifa ‘feel’. 991 more words

Issue 14

Featured Friday | We Want YOU!

We want feminist writers/artists! 

Every Friday we post an interview with writers we want to showcase. So far we’ve interviewed Sheila McMullin, Caseyrenée Lopez… 62 more words

Featured Writers